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A Dutch Interior by a painter in the circle of Mattheus van Helmont, which sold for more than [pounds sterling]1,000: one the valuable artworks owned by ordinary householders and discovered during by Bonhams during a tour of the country
Untitled (Wabash via Van Helmont), 2013, a semi-inflated-looking mass of crumpled paper reminiscent of a Claes Oldenburg soft sculpture, and Untitled (Wabash via Lump), 2015, folded and half-disintegrated, are themselves floor drawings from previous exhibitions that Lewis wrestled into new forms for this occasion.
(1) Other important Christian kabbalists include Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494); Johannes Reuchlin (1455-1522); Athanasius Kircher (1601-1680); Franciscus Mercurius van Helmont (1614-1698).
1671-1676), Hale sought to reform Aristotle's philosophy of the soul in light of Jan Baptist van Helmont's (1579-1644) philosophy of "active virtues" which he correlated with Aristotelian substantial forms and qualities.
Its use (and that of compounds more generally) was criticised particularly by the Helmontians, followers of the Flemish physician Johannes Baptista van Helmont (1579-1644), who asserted that since simples were providentially given by God to mankind and therefore perfect, to compound them was blasphemous: see Wear, Knowledge and Practice, p.
Scientist Van Helmont dubbed which substance 'gas sylvestre' around 1600?
All vitalistic theories, from the pneumatic theory of Jean Baptiste Van Helmont to the entelechial and vitalistic hypothesis of Claude Bernard and Hans Driesch, rejected systematically the mathematic rationalism of the Enlightenment and the Cartesian mechanist model of nature.
Francis Mercury van Helmont's "Sketch of Christian Kabbalism".
The third transformation occurred when William Harvey, William Gilbert, Jean Baptiste van Helmont, and like-minded experimentalists turned to the natural world to find new facts.
In 1648, an experiment was performed to prove that, 'All earth, clay, and every body that may be touched, is truly and materially the offspring of water only (Baptist van Helmont, 1662).